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We’ll Meet Again (Spoiler-Free) Review
November 20, 2018 | TV Reviews
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Dr. Who Season 11 (Spoiler-free)
November 12, 2018 | TV Reviews
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Homecoming (Spoiler-Free) Review
October 29, 2018 | TV Reviews
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The Romanoffs (Spoiler-Free) Pre-Release Review
October 9, 2018 | TV Reviews
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Murphy Brown Review (Episodes 1 & 2)
October 7, 2018 | TV Reviews

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Big Brother Week 8 Review (Warning-Spoilers!)

Zingbot, the bitterly sardonic robot that isn’t afraid to tell the houseguests what he (or producers…or America) thinks about them is not known for understatement. But telling Faysal (Fessy) “I was surprised to hear you were a part-time teacher, because you are a full-time moron! Every child left behind! Zing!” and have that still be […]

6.0
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Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (Spoiler-Free) Review

I’m not a big fan of action movies. I love a good spy thriller, but I can’t stand a movie that is just about explosions for the sake of explosions. I want a plot that moves and makes sense. Most of all, though, I want compelling and motivated characters. Without them, well, I end up […]

3.0
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The Last Sharknado Review

Forget Sharknado, Ian Ziering said there could be a 90210 Reunion!! This isn’t the buzz SyFy wants viewers to care about as they watch or contemplate watching the last and final Pop Culture phenomena known as “Movies that start with Shark and end with Nado,” but since SyFy ignored our press request for more info […]

8.0
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Big Brother Week 7 Review (Warning–Spoilers!)

Writer’s Note: This is the first of now-weekly reviews of Big Brother Season 20 that will appear shortly after every Thursday’s eviction episode of Big Brother. Yes, they contain spoilers! Because this is the FIRST review (and we’re 60 days in an 81 day or so season), this will serve as a review of not […]

6.0
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Castaways – Premiere Review

“This island will learn to respect me, and I will learn to respect this island!” a contestant, Richard Rogers,  boldly declares after thrusting a weapon into a hole to try to catch a crab in the pilot episode of Castaways, and it seems like a cliché we’ve heard before on every island show in any […]

7.0
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Orange is the New Black – Season 6 Spoiler-Filled Review

After the complete disaster that was season five of Orange is the New Black, I wasn’t sure I even wanted to return to Litchfield and check-in on our favorite federal inmates. But, while season six was still disappointing on a number of fronts, I’m ultimately glad I came back for another round in upstate New York. […]

6.0
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Westworld – The Passenger Review

Out of all the questions Westworld could have, might have, and didn’t answer in “The Passenger,” its second season finale, the one I was most shocked to see answered was: Why did Tessa Thompson sign-on to appear in Westworld? Turns out, it was because, after a season and a half of standing around and scowling a […]

8.0
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Westworld – Vanishing Point Review

If last week’s episode of Westworld showed us how precise and insular the show can be when it takes the time to fully explore a character, giving much needed depth to him and infusing his interactions (past, present, and future) with layers that had been missing. This time around, Westworld tried to have their cake and eat […]

8.0
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Legion Season Two Review

Apologies for the lack of Legion reviews over the last several weeks; life got in the way and, frankly, while several episodes were better than previous weeks, there still wasn’t enough to get excited about to find the time and energy to craft a review. But, here we are, at the end of season two, and […]

10
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Westworld – Kiksuya Review

“Kiksuya” made me realize something about Westworld: The series has a hell of a lot more in common with The Walking Dead than with any prestige series currently airing on television. Both shows tend to favor style over substance (despite streamlining things more in season two, Westworld has a long way to go in this area). Both often allow […]

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